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In a large Hungarian breeding unit, sows of identical genetics, age, body condition and management during the same season were subjected to determine the effect of oestrus duration and number of inseminations on farrowing rate and litter size. Gilts (n=169) and sows (n=301) showing weaning to...

Author(s)
Waller, C. M.; Bilkei, G.
Publisher
Schattauer GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany
Citation
Tierärztliche Praxis. Ausgabe G, Grosstiere/Nutztiere, 2004, 32, 1, pp 40-47
Abstract

Colony performance (rate of egg laying and honey yield) was assessed for 3 groups of 8 Carniolan honey bee colonies (Apis mellifera carnica). Colonies were headed by (A) instrumentally inseminated queens, or (B) naturally mated queens from the same line as A queens, or C naturally mated queens of...

Author(s)
Szalai, E.
Citation
Pszczelnicze Zeszyty Naukowe, 1995, 39, 1, pp 61-69
Abstract

Frozen semen (imported from Hungary) from 3 Booroola Merino rams, was used for the intrauterine insemination of 95 synchronized German Mutton Merino (GMM) and German Blackheaded Mutton (GBM) ewes. Overall, 47.4% of inseminated ewes lambed (44.3 and 85.7% resp. of GMM and GBM ewes), and litter size...

Author(s)
Süss, R.; Wolf, M.; Richter, A.
Citation
Monatshefte für Veterinärmedizin, 1992, 47, 6, pp 337-339
Abstract

Data from the Hungarian literature are tabulated on CR in relation to duration of semen storage; the numbers and breeds of boars at 6 AI centres; CRs to 1st and repeat inseminations at the 6 centres; production figures at large-scale breeding units.

Author(s)
Soos, P.
Citation
Tierärztliche Umschau, 1985, 40, 9, pp 703...711
Abstract

Author(s)
Soós, P.
Citation
Tierhygiene-Information, 1984, 16, Sonderheft, pp 20-28
Abstract

Translated titles of the 20 papers presented at this meeting are: Organization of breeding hygiene work in state veterinary services [in German Democratic Republic], by E. Osang; Organization of breeding hygiene work in Hungary, by P. Soós; Characteristics of post-partum anoestrus in dairy cows in...

Citation
Tierhygiene-Information, 1984, 16, Sonderheft, pp 234pp.
Abstract

A. I. is playing an increasing role in the production of fowls, turkeys and geese in Hungary. Tables are given showing recent results in turkeys and geese. In turkeys, fertility improved by 12.4% in Empire Whites and 23.7% in Broad Breasted Bronze when A. I, was used instead of natural mating....

Author(s)
KOPLIKNÉ-KOVÁCS, É.
Publisher
Deutscher Bauernverl., Berlin,
Citation
Archiv fur Geflugelzucht und Kleintierkunde, 1969, 18, pp 271-280
Abstract

In Hungary, sheep number approx. 3.3 million, of which 94% are kept in large state-owned or cooperative flocks. A.I. began in 1953, and at present approx. 44% of the 1.4 million ewes are inseminated, mainly with fresh semen, undiluted or diluted with milk. Last year N.R. rates averaged 89% with a...

Author(s)
MÉSZÁROS, S.
Citation
Tierzuchter, 1969, 21, pp 594-595
Abstract

A short review.

Author(s)
BECSE, J.
Citation
World Review of Animal Production, 1966, Spec. Issue II, pp 87-89
Abstract

In the Hortobogy district, there are 4 state farms with a total of 44, 000 sheep. The majority of these are Hungarian Merinos, but there are also some Tsigai and Racka sheep. Merino ewes average 40 kg. live weight and 4.5-5 kg. wool per year. To improve fleece weight and wool fineness, they have...

Author(s)
ZELFEL, S.
Citation
Tierzucht, 1961, 15, pp 457-460

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